Please be aware that AiC are no longer accepting Faxes.
If you have any queries regarding this change, please contact us.
Come and join us for a morning of presentations by Leading Professionals, followed by an afternoon of Team Go-Karting!
Wednesday 6th March 2019
Terms & Conditions / Health & Safety Rules - Please ensure you read and understand the points below, before submitting any booking requests.
* Adult drivers (normally aged 13 years +) must have an inside leg length of 29 inches, measured from the crotch to the base of the heel of the shoe.
* All drivers are required to wear a balaclava underneath their helmet. AiC will provide these, or you can bring your own.
* Go karting is not recommended for drivers with heart problems, epilepsy or other conditions which may be affected by exertion.
* Particularly tall, short or heavier drivers may find driving uncomfortable or may not be able to fit in the karts. A maximum height of 6’4” and a maximum weight of 18 stone is recommended.
* You will not be allowed to take part in go karting if you have, or appear to have, consumed alcohol, drugs or other intoxicating substances and under no circumstances are these allowed on the premises.
* Please advise of any special dietary requirements.
* Places are limited to 2 PER COMPANY.
* Payment for tickets is required upfront to secure your booking.
* CLOSING DATE for bookings is 28th February 2019.
* Tickets are LIMITED and will be allocated on a strictly first come, first served basis.
For bookings and enquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
We would like to congratulate and announce the 5 winners of our AiC Quizmas Logo Competition!
Well done to:
Matt Beamish from the University of Leicester.
Ian Forshaw from Irvine-Whitlock Ltd.
Dave Hudson from Survey Operations Ltd.
Wes Stevens from Spatial Dimensions Ltd.
Colin Wilson from UK Site Engineering Ltd.
Your Hampers are on the way and we hope you enjoy them!
Check out the image for confirmation of the location of all 31 n4ce logo's!
n4ce version 4.10c Service Release is now available to download from our website!
We were recently asked how we process ppm corrections found in DBX files, using the Leica HeXML format. It has come to light that corrections for ppm on Slope Distance were not being applied, but those for Horizontal Distances were.
We have gone through various archived DBX data and noted that in most cases, the ppm has been set to zero! We have also checked GSI and FRT formatted export files and can confirm that ppm corrections are applied to the slope distances correctly and so n4ce will use them.
In all Leica data formats to date, both prism constant and ppm corrections were being applied prior to export, but not HeXML slope measurements. Where horizontal distances are recorded in HeXML files, the ppm correction is applied!
Putting this into context, if we apply a 5ppm correction, this would result in a discrepancy of 0.5mm per 100m. For detail surveys this is negligible, but may come into effect for control surveys or monitoring, where ppm corrections are being applied. Realistically, corrections for curvature and refraction and scale factor projections, may have a bigger influence.
If you have been importing Leica data via the HeXML option with excessively large ppm corrections, then please check any critical data. A new patch, v4.10c, has been uploaded to our website that corrects this issue and can be downloaded at your earliest convenience.
To update, you will need to:
1) Login to the Client Area on the AiC website.
2) If you already have a version of n4ce 4.10 installed, then all you need to do is download the n4ce 4.10c Update Patch.
3) If you are currently running a version prior to n4ce 4.10, then you will need to UNINSTALL that version of n4ce, and use the v4.10c Full Installer.
As normal, the updates are split into USB Licencing (Dongle users) and Software Licencing versions. Please ensure you select the correct one.